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BV to Certify First Offshore Wind Farm in Celtic Sea

Bureau Veritas (BV) has been selected to undertake the project certification of Erebus, the first offshore wind farm in the Celtic Sea, in Wales, and one of the largest floating offshore wind projects in the world. Located 44 km from the Pembrokeshire coastline in up to 75-m water depth, the Erebus project aims to be fully operational by 2026 and will deliver up to 100 MW of clean energy, powering 93,000 homes per year. 

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R&D Funding for Oceandrone

Scotland-based Innovo Engineering and Construction has secured £10,000 funding from the Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) in conjunction with Strathclyde University, Glasgow, U.K. The funding will support a research and development project for Innovo’s innovative autonomous eco-robotic wind, solar and hydrogen fuel cell-powered surface vessel, Oceandrone.

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UK Exhibit–Exposure: Lives at Sea

The National Maritime Museum in the U.K. is featuring a daily exhibit in the New Insight Gallery called “Exposure: Lives at Sea.” Over 85 percent of all goods coming to the U.K. still arrive by ship. We rely on the maritime sector for our food, ecosystem services, energy and transportation, yet it is a world rarely seen. Bringing together photography

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Guidelines for Image-Based Species Identification

Scientists have created a set of unique guidelines for image-based species identification to improve biodiversity data collection. Led by Dr. Tammy Horton at the U.K. National Oceanography Centre (NOC), the new guide provides rules for the use of open nomenclature signs in image-based biodiversity studies. The guidelines have been developed as a way of indicating the level of certainty in

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